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Eight Years After Its Release, GTA 5 is Twitch’s Most-Watched Game in 2021 !

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It’s always interesting to catch up on analytics at the end of the year. This year, according to research by streaming technology company StreamElements and Rainmaker revealed that GTA 5 is currently most-watched game on Twitch.

In 2021, GTA 5 has a total on 2.1 billion hours of watch time which is 2.4 million hours more than League of Legends. With multiple new updates in GTA online such as Battle Royale-style Motor Wars, Cayo Perico robbery, casino heists and so much more, developers sure know how to keep their audience stuck it GTA 5.

In the research, Twitch’s overall hours watched also increased by 45 percent this year as compared to last year i:e from 17 billion hours to over 24 billion hours in 2021. The game is touching it’s hights year of sales since it’s 2013 release this year too!

Although the overall Twitch watch hours was won by ‘Just Chatting’ with around 3.1 Billion hours watched in non-gaming category as well. And in other category, New World was the most popular brand new game on Twitch in 2021 with around 259 million hours of viewing time also making it the 18th most-watched Twitch game.

In other categories, xQcOW finished out on top for being the top streamer based on Hours Watched in 2021 followed by loud_coringa and Gaules.

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